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Dale Robertson Net Worth

Dale Robertson Net Worth is
$5 Million

Dale Robertson Biography

The series continued from the entire year 1957 to 1961. Born Dayle Lymoine Robertson (July 14, 1923 – February 27, 2013) in Harrah, Oklahoma County, Oklahoma, US, he’s greatest remembered for his starring functions on tv and his turns in Western films. Before signing up for the Oklahoma Armed service College at age 17, he gained his living as a specialist prize fighter. Across the world Battle II, he fought bravely for the united states on the fronts in North Africa and European countries, thus getting honored with the Bronze and Silver Superstars, and also the Purple Center. Unbelievable as it might appear, Robertson entered the globe of Hollywood after he was recruited by film scouts who saw an image he previously taken for his mom in an image shop screen. He was still serving in the South pacific when he initial started getting letters from film brokers. Once the battle was over, Robertson elected to stay in California and consider his possibility in the movie sector. Beneath the sway of Will Rogers Jr., he didn’t consider any acting lessons to keep his persona untainted. The start of his profession marks his appearance on the favorite TV #92 in a variety of television weeklies. The various other significant function of him is seen The Roy Rogers, Dale Evan Present, The Ford Present and Laws of the Lawless. With the elevation of 6ft and body measurement of 42-34-34, he could rule the million hearts from his charisma and attraction. Acquiring about his personal lifestyle, he was wedded to his wife Susan Dee Robins. Last, he could possibly be noticed playing the function of Zeke in Harts of the West in the first 1990s. Prior beginning his profession in performing, he was the professional boxer. The eighty three year previous actor lost the fight against cancers an pneumonia in February 2013, abandoning his wife and two kids. And then he together with his several other soldiers began their trip to Hollywood to discover as photographer. The talented and captivating Dale Robertson was created on 14th July 1923 as Daye Lymoine Robertson in Harrah. Of training course we are acquiring about the past due Dale Robertson who was simply boxer and soldier before establishing himself as an actor. We mainly regarded him as the tv screen star that made an appearance in the series such as for example Tales of Wells that was proven in ABC/NBC and The Iron Equine. The reason for his death was cancers and pneumonia. It had been from the entire year 1968 to 1970 that he offered as the 4th and final web host of anthology syndicated series Loss of life Valley Times. As is forget about I don’t think he’s on Twitter. The actor mainly made an appearance as the humble western hero who was simply deceptively thoughtful. Though, he isn’t in our midst today but his contribution to American army also to Hollywood never allow world to ignore him. The name of his mother or father was Melvin and Vervel Robertson. After he retired from the present biz, Robertson resided on his ranch in Yukon, Oklahoma and transferred to the NORTH PARK area last calendar year. It had been during his publishing in USA Army when he wished to snatch an image for his mom. He was situated in 322nd Fight Engineer Battalion in the usa Army. She was in the 97th Infantry Division during World Battle II in European countries. He was also viewed as the lead personality of different such as for example series Dynasty, J. His acting venture started simply by chance. She’s also offered for the united states army and military prior to starting his profession in performing. Dale Robertson may be the popular name in Hollywood. Afterwards, he received many letters from the film brokers who wished to cast him within their film after a big duplicate of his photograph was proven in the window of this photographer store. In the the majority of his career function he presents himself in the tv screen program and western displays with an increase of than sixty titles in every. The most known and remembered series become NBC’s Tales of Wells Fargo.Dale Robertson Net Value: Dale Robertson was an American actor who had a net worthy of of $5 million. It had been afterwards shifted to ABC and the tenure of the display was also increased rendering it a 1 hour program because of its last period from the entire year 1961 to 1962. With the toned body and high constructed, he was sometime noticed bare-chested Come back of the Texan in 1952 could possibly be the ideal example. The notable function of him sometimes appears in The Iron Equine. It had been the ABC display on aired from 1966-1967. For his film credits, they consist of his turns in 1949’s features Fighting Man of the Programs and Flamingo Street. He was also the founder of the United Display screen Arts which created two movies THE PERSON from Key Willow and One Eyed Soldiers. This brave hero was wounded twice and was also honored with medals like Bronze and Silvers Superstar fro his contribution.J. Starbuck. He also produced cameo appearance on the Harts of the West that was CGS western humor sitcom. Dale Robertson was regarded as among the handsome hunk in the market. After he switched to Television in the 1950s, he starred in such series as Tales of Wells Fargo, Iron Equine and Death Valley Times. Furthermore, he’s also thought to be the creator of Tea Party. The actor for his contribution in film and films was also awarded with 1985 Golden Shoe Award. However, he once was wedded to Mary Murphy in 1956. In the entire year 1999, he received an honor in Lubbock in Texas from the American Cowboy Lifestyle Association for his function for film and films. Often provided as a deceptively thoughtful but modest western hero, he also made an appearance on Dallas and Dynasty. The wedding service of the few took place in the entire year 1980. Susan was with him till his loss of life and the few had never experienced divorce. He in addition has 1 superstar in the Hollywood walk of Fame. The actor was also blessed with the beautiful girl who landed on the planet earth in 1952 ahead of his two marriages. The even more and additional details about him can be acquired from wiki. His biography can be obtainable is IMDb. The state and also the personal site if him may also become useful for those that wants to earn much more knowledge about this past due actor. The globe lost of its preferred entertainer on the 27th February 2013.

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Quick Facts

Full NameDale Robertson
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthJuly 14, 1923
DiedFebruary 27, 2013, La Jolla, California, United States
Height6 feet tall
ProfessionProfessional Boxer, Soldier, Actor
EducationRogers State University, University of Texas at Austin
SpouseSusan Dee Robbins, Lula Mae Maxey, Mary Murphy, Frederica Jacqueline Wilson
ChildrenRochelle Robertson
ParentsMelvin Robertson, Varval Robertson
SiblingsChet Robertson
MoviesDakota Incident, The Silver Whip, City of Bad Men, Return of the Texan, A Day of Fury, Son of Sinbad, Sitting Bull, Two Flags West, The Gambler from Natchez, The Farmer Takes a Wife, Devil's Canyon, O. Henry's Full House, Take Care of My Little Girl, Golden Girl, The Man from Button Willow, Law of the Lawless, Lydia Bailey, Blood on the Arrow, The Kansas City Massacre, Melvin Purvis: G-Man, High Terrace, Coast of Skeletons, Anna of Brooklyn, The One Eyed Soldiers, Hell Canyon Outlaws, Top of the World, The Outcasts of Poker Flat, Scalplock, The Walking Major
TV ShowsDynasty, J.J. Starbuck, Death Valley Days, Iron Horse, Tales of Wells Fargo

Interesting Facts

1He was a staunch conservative Republican.
2Now retired and currently living in Oklahoma [October 2008]
3He and his first wife had daughter Rochelle.
4Started military service in Fort Sill in Oklahoma before being sent to the horse cavalry at Fort Riley, Kansas, and then to officers' school at Fort Knox, Kentucky where he was commissioned a Second Lieutuenant in the Armed Forces. From there he was sent to the Engineer School at Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
5During his first year of college, he and some of his friends signed up for military duty after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor in 1941.
6Attended Classen High School in Oklahoma City. Into his junior year he was declared "ineligible" to play sports because of two professional boxing matches he had previously fought in. As such, he decided to enroll in the Oklahoma Military Academy in the city of Claremore wherein he could participate in sports. Dale went on to be nominated "All Around Athlete" while attending the Academy.
7Parents: Melvin and Varval Robertson.
8Was a horse rider by age ten and was training polo ponies in his teens.
9Wounded twice during WWII while serving in the Army in North Africa and Europe, he was awarded the Bronze and Silver stars and a Purple Heart for his courage.
10His resemblance to Clark Gable helped him get into the movies.
11Retired after he finished his role as Zeke in the TV series Harts of the West (1993) in order to spend more time at his Yukon, Oklahoma ranch and raise horses. Ill health forced him in recent months to move to the San Diego California area just months before his death of emphysema and pneumonia and he died at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla.
12The old-fashioned Robertson claims to have been "killed off" by the powers-that-be on Dynasty (1981) because he balked at the sexual situations demanded of his character.
13Inducted into the Hall of Great Western Performers of the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in 1983.
14At the age of 17 he was attending Oklahoma Military College, and boxing in professional prize fights to earn money. Harry Cohn approached him after a fight in Wichita, Kansas and asked him to come out to Hollywood to play the role of Joe Bonaparte in a boxing picture called "Golden Boy." Robertson refused, saying he was in the middle of training 17 polo ponies, and could not leave his family at his age. William Holden eventually was cast in the Golden Boy (1939) role.
15Robertson entered the U.S. Army during World War II. After stateside training he served as a tank commander in the 777th Tank Battalion in the North African campaign. He was standing in the hatch when his tank was hit by enemy fire. His tank crew were killed, but he was blown out of the hatch and survived with shrapnel wounds to his lower legs, the scars of which he still bears. Fully recovered, he went on to serve with the 322nd Combat Engineer Battalion during the European campaign. He was wounded a second time, this one in the right knee during a mortar attack. Again he made a complete recovery.


1[on the failure of his series Iron Horse (1966)] I liked the show after it got started but I grew to dislike it. The network didn't seem to take an interest in it. It would have been a great series; as it was, it was just a mediocre show. They all had to get their fingers in the pie.
2[on why his character was killed off in Dynasty (1981)] They got me to do 15 episodes . . . but that was enough. They kept putting all of this sex and stuff into it and I didn't do it the way they wanted. I never had the ability to keep my big mouth shut.
3An actor can change himself to fit a part, whereas a personality has to change the part to fit himself. The personality has to say it his own way.


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Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
1985Golden BootGolden Boot Awards
1973Trustees AwardWestern Heritage AwardsFor outstanding contribution to western film.
1960Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameTelevisionOn 8 February 1960. At 6500 Hollywood Blvd.
1953Sour AppleGolden Apple AwardsLeast Cooperative Actor



Harts of the West1993-1994TV SeriesZeke
Wind in the Wire1993TV Movie
Murder, She Wrote1988-1989TV SeriesLee Goddard
J.J. Starbuck1987-1988TV SeriesJerome Jeremiah 'J.J.' Starbuck
Dallas1982TV SeriesFrank Crutcher
Matt Houston1982TV SeriesWildcat Callahan
Dynasty1981TV SeriesWalter Lankershim
The Love Boat1980TV SeriesMason Fleers
The Last Ride of the Dalton Gang1979TV MovieJudge Isaac Parker
Fantasy Island1979TV SeriesPeter Rawlings
The Kansas City Massacre1975TV MovieMelvin Purvis
Melvin Purvis G-MAN1974TV MovieMelvin Purvis
Aru heishi no kake1970Major Clark J. Allen
East Connection1970
Death Valley Days1969-1970TV SeriesHimself - Host / Jack Reardon / Harry Roebuck / ...
The Red Skelton Hour1968TV SeriesRobinson Crusoe
Iron Horse1966-1968TV SeriesBen Calhoun
The One Eyed Soldiers1966Richard Owen
Scalplock1966TV MovieBenjamin Calhoun
Coast of Skeletons1965A. J. Magnus
The Man from Button Willow1965Justin Eagle (voice)
Diamond Jim: Skulduggery in Samantha1965TV MovieDiamond Jim Brady
Blood on the Arrow1964Wade Cooper
Law of the Lawless1964Judge Clem Rogers
Tales of Wells Fargo1957-1962TV SeriesJim Hardie
Fast and Sexy1958Raffaele
Hell Canyon Outlaws1957Sheriff Caleb Wells
Undercurrent1957TV SeriesDaniel Weaver
The 20th Century-Fox Hour1957TV SeriesLt. Clay Tucker
Climax!1957TV SeriesNicky Jordan
Schlitz Playhouse1956TV SeriesJim Hardie
Studio 571956TV Series
High Terrace1956Bill Lang
Dakota Incident1956John Banner
A Day of Fury1956Jagade
The Ford Television Theatre1956TV SeriesDonny
Son of Sinbad1955Sinbad
Top of the World1955Maj. Lee Gannon
Sitting Bull1954Major Robert 'Bob' Parrish
The Gambler from Natchez1954Capt. Vance Colby
City of Bad Men1953Brett Stanton
Devil's Canyon1953Billy Reynolds
The Farmer Takes a Wife1953Dan Harrow
The Silver Whip1953Race Crim
O. Henry's Full House1952Barney Woods (segment "The Clarion Call")
Lure of the Wilderness1952Opening off-screen Narrator (voice, uncredited)
Lydia Bailey1952Albion Hamlin
The Outcasts of Poker Flat1952John Oakhurst
Return of the Texan1952Sam Crockett
Golden Girl1951Tom Richmond
The Secret of Convict Lake1951Narrator (voice, uncredited)
Take Care of My Little Girl1951Joe Blake
Call Me Mister1951Capt. Johnny Comstock
Two Flags West1950Lem
The Cariboo Trail1950Will Gray
Fighting Man of the Plains1949Jesse James
The Girl from Jones Beach1949Lifeguard (uncredited)
Flamingo Road1949Tunis Simms (uncredited)
The Boy with Green Hair1948Cop (uncredited)


The Dean Martin Show1969TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Johnny Cash Show1969TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Show1962TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show1960TV Series performer - 1 episode
Tales of Wells Fargo1957TV Series performer - 2 episodes
The Farmer Takes a Wife1953performer: "On the Erie Canal" 1953, "Somethin' Real Special" 1953, "With the Sun Warm Upon Me" 1953, "We're in Business" 1953, "I Could Cook" 1953 - uncredited
O. Henry's Full House1952performer: "Gwine to Rune All Night De Camptown Races" 1850 - uncredited


The Man from Button Willow1965presenter


Someone Cry for the Children: The Girl Scout Murders1993Video documentaryNarrator
The 7th Annual Golden Boot Awards1989TV SpecialHimself
Oklahoma Passage1989TV Mini-SeriesHimself
The New Hollywood Squares1987TV SeriesHimself - Panelist
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1964-1987TV SeriesHimself - Guest
All-Star Party for 'Dutch' Reagan1985TV SpecialHimself
Hour Magazine1984TV SeriesHimself
Family Feud1984TV SeriesHimself
The Mike Douglas Show1971-1979TV SeriesHimself - Co-Host / Himself - Actor
The Six Million Dollar Man1974TV SeriesHimself
American Horse and Horseman1973TV SeriesHost (1973)
Hee Haw1971TV SeriesHimself - Special Gust / Himself - Guest Star
Death Valley Days1969-1970TV SeriesHimself - Host
The Dean Martin Show1969TV SeriesHimself
The Johnny Cash Show1969TV SeriesHimself - Singer
The Joey Bishop Show1967-1969TV SeriesHimself
Operation: Entertainment1969TV SeriesHimself - Host
First Annual All-Star Celebrity Baseball Game1967TV SpecialHimself - Celebrity
The Bob Hope Show1967TV SeriesHimself
The Hollywood Palace1964-1966TV SeriesHimself - Host
The Hollywood Squares1966TV SeriesHimself - Panelist
The Celebrity Game1965TV SeriesHimself
That Regis Philbin Show1965TV SeriesHimself
The Match Game1964TV SeriesHimself - Team Captain
The Roy Rogers & Dale Evans Show1962TV SeriesHimself
Here's Hollywood1961TV SeriesHimself
This Is Your Life1961TV SeriesHimself
About Faces1960TV SeriesHimself
The Tennessee Ernie Ford Show1960TV SeriesHimself - Actor / Singer
The Dinah Shore Chevy Show1960TV SeriesHimself
Celebrity Golf1960TV Series
The George Burns Show1958TV SeriesHimself
Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall1958TV SeriesHimself
The Steve Allen Plymouth Show1957-1958TV SeriesHimself - Guest / Himself - Tales of Wells Fargo / Himself
The Living Swamp1955Short documentaryNarrator
The 27th Annual Academy Awards1955TV SpecialHimself - Audience Member

Archive Footage

20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards2014TV SpecialHimself - In Memoriam
The 65th Primetime Emmy Awards2013TV SpecialHimself - Actor (In Memoriam)
Legends of the West1992DocumentaryActor in 'Sitting Bull' (uncredited)
Wayne and Shuster Take an Affectionate Look At...1965TV Series documentary
Gunfight at Black Horse Canyon1961TV MovieJim Hardie

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